A Skin That Is Itchy

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Gary Hendrickse Says:

I had my knee joint replaced in January 2012.Round about 15 April 2012 I started taking 2 Tramacet capsules per day once again for pain.On the 7th May 2012 I woke up during the night with severe itching of my skin.Ever since my virtually whole body has been itching at night and I have been overheating.I have tried lighter bedding and bed clothes but to no avail.I don't have a fever.

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Verwon Says:

Are you still taking the Tramacet?

It's possible that you developed an allergy to some ingredient in it.

Learn more Tramadol details here.

Learn more Acetaminophen details here.

What have you tried to treat the itching? Have you tried any antihistamines?

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Gary Hendrickse Says:

I have tried antihistamines.They don't help.

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